Swimming is essential to our school’s physical education program, allowing learners to develop strong swimming skills and water safety knowledge. Through swimming lessons, our students gain confidence in the water and embrace a healthy and active lifestyle.

  • Start Date: 28-04-2025
  • Class Size: 25 Kids
  • Ages: 2-4 Years Old
  • Class Duration: 8.00 AM – 10.00 AM
  • Transportation: Available

Questions & Answers

  1. At what age can children start swimming classes?

    Children can start swimming classes as early as 6 months old, with parent and child aquatic programs. Formal swimming lessons are typically recommended for children aged 4 years and older.

  2. What are the benefits of swimming classes for children?

    Swimming classes improve children’s physical health by enhancing their strength, flexibility, and coordination. They also teach vital water safety skills, boost confidence, and can be a source of social interaction and fun.

  3. How do I choose the right swimming class for my child?

    Consider your child’s age, skill level, and comfort with water. Look for certified instructors and programs that have a structured curriculum focusing on both swimming skills and water safety. The class size and instructor-to-student ratio are also important factors.

  4. What should my child bring to swimming class?

    Your child should have a swimsuit, a towel, goggles (if they are comfortable wearing them), a swim cap (especially if they have long hair), and flip-flops or water shoes. Sunscreen is also essential for outdoor pools.

  5. How can I help my child overcome fear of water?

    Gradual exposure to water in a calm and supportive environment can help. Start with shallow water play and gradually increase depth as comfort grows. Praise and encourage your child, and consider private lessons if the fear persists.

  6. What is the typical duration and frequency of swimming classes?

    Swimming classes usually last between 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the child’s age and skill level. Most programs recommend one or two lessons per week to allow for consistent practice and improvement.

  7. Are private or group lessons better for learning to swim?

    It depends on the child’s learning style and comfort level. Private lessons offer personalized instruction and faster progress, while group lessons provide social interaction and can be more fun and motivating for some children.

  8. How can I track my child’s progress in swimming classes?

    Regular communication with the instructor and observing classes can help you see your child’s development. Many programs also have skill checklists or progress reports to track advancements.

  9. What safety measures should be in place during swimming classes?

    Ensure the swimming area is supervised by lifeguards and instructors who are trained in CPR and first aid. Check that the pool complies with health and safety regulations, and the water quality is regularly tested.

  10. Can my child continue to learn and develop swimming skills outside of class?

    Yes, practicing between lessons can greatly enhance progress. Encourage safe water play, visit public pools, and consider additional swim practice sessions or joining a swim team for ongoing development.